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Future features in CIBSE Journal July 2011 August 2011


Air conditioning, air movement & ventilation Fire engineering & smoke extraction


Heat pumps Facades


September 2011 Air conditioning, air movement & ventilation


October 2011 Industrial & commercial heating Pipework, pumps, valves etc Hotel & leisure facilities supplement


November 2011 Chilled beams December 2011 BMS & controls


Combined heat & power Lighting Supplement*


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